Canadian pop group Walk the Earth plays Grand Theater Friday
When the innovative Canadian pop band Walk Off the Earth performs Friday in the Grand Theater at Foxwoods, it will have been exactly one year and one day since the last time they performed at the Grand Theater at Foxwoods. It's good to be regular.
WOTE hasn't released any new albums in a few years, but you'll hear crowd-fave originals such as "Home We'll Go" and "Hold On (the Break)" as well as their signature arrangements of Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You," the Chainsmokers' "Closer" and possibly even Madonna's "Material Girl."
This is a band with an insanely infectious life show — don't forget their "Five Peeps/One Guitar" medley — and don't be surprised if they test some new material from an apocryphal short film/EP project called "Taekwondo."
Walk Off the Earth, 8 p.m. Friday, Grand Theater, Foxwoods; $50; 1-800-200-2882.
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